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Monday, August 17, 2020

Learn about the Consumer Protection Act Application Form Toll Free Number Complaint Process


The Consumer Protection Act, 19 is a social law for the public interest. It defines the rights of consumers and provides incentives to protect the rights of consumers. Quasi-judicial mechanisms have been set up at every district, state and national level to provide quick and immediate cost-effective redressal of consumer disputes. It provides a three-tier structure of National Commission, State Commission and District Commission for speedy resolution of consumer disputes.

Under this Act, 13th Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Gujarat State was formed and then District Commissions were formed. At present there are 6 district commissions working in the state of Gujarat. Out of these 6 district commissions, 12 work closely with the nearest district commission.
Complaint’ means, for the purpose of obtaining any relief provided by or under the Consumer Protection Act, 18, the plaintiff has made any of the following allegations in writing.

Any merchant or service provider has adopted any unfair trade practices or controlled trade practices.
Goods purchased or agreed to be purchased by oneself are one or more defective.
The service rented or received or agreed to be rented or rented is defective in any matter.
The merchant or the person providing the occasional service for the goods mentioned in the complaint or for the service such as ...

Determined by or under any law in force at that time
In any packet of goods or as indicated on the goods
Displayed a price list by or under any law in force at that time
The parties have taken a higher price than agreed between the parties.
When given to people for sale, goods that are dangerous to life and safety, -
In violation of any law applicable at the time or under it, any standards relating to the safety of goods that need to be complied with;

The merchant may know with due care if the goods offered in such a way, are unsafe for the people;

When used, the life and safety of the people may be endangered or likely to be endangered by the service provider who may know with due care that such person, life and safety may be endangered.

Who can be called a 'plaintiff'?

Customer; Or
Any voluntary consumer association registered under the Companies Act, 19 (1st of 19) or any other law in force at that time; Or
Central Government or State Government
When there are close customers with an identical interest number, one or more customers;
In case of death of the customer, his legal heir or representative, who has complained.

Government of the District Commission
Subject to the other provisions of this Act, the District Commission shall have the power to lodge a complaint with the District Commission when the value of the goods and services and compensation sought does not exceed Rs. 20 lakhs.
In the District Commission, under whose jurisdiction -
When the opposing party or party is more than one, each of the opposing parties must be living and doing business at the time of filing the complaint or having a branch office or doing personal work for personal gain, within the local limits.

When there is more than one opposing party, any opposing party who is actually and voluntarily at the time of filing the complaint or is running a business or has a branch office or is working for personal gain, must file the complaint within the local limits.
But in either case the District Commission should have given permission or accepted the complaint in such a way that the opposing party does not live or do business or has no branch office or work for personal gain; Or
If the cause of the claim arises in whole or in part, it must be filed within the local area.

Government of the State Commission
Subject to the other provisions of this Act, the State Government shall have the following Government. -
If the value of the goods or services and compensation is sought, to lodge a complaint when its value is not more than twenty lakh rupees, but not more than one crore,
To file appeals against the orders of the District Commission within the State.
Disposal before any District Commission within the State when the State Government feels that such District Commission has exercised a power not vested in it by law or has not exercised the power vested in it in such manner or has acted illegally or committed serious misconduct using its own power. Request a record of any outstanding customer disputes that have arisen or have been resolved and make appropriate orders.
Under whose rule,
Opposing party or if there is more than one, each opposing party, at the time of filing the complaint, is actually and voluntarily living or doing business or personally working for profit or having a branch office;
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      If there is more than one opposing party, any person of the opposite party, at the time of filing the complaint, is actually and voluntarily living or doing business or has a branch office or is personally for profit, but, with the permission of the State Government or not as the case may be. In the case of a person who does not do business or does not have a branch office or does not work personally for the benefit, such mandate should be allowed.

Complaints may be lodged with the State Commission within the extent to which, in whole or in part, the cause of the claim has been raised.

Thursday, August 13, 2020

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Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan package Declared By PM Narendr modiji

Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Package 20 Lakh Crore Declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 8 pm today, a day after his six-hour meeting with Chief Ministers on the road ahead after May 17, when the nationwide coronavirus lockdown is due to end. This will be his third such address since he announced the lockdown in late March to slow the spread of the highly infectious COVID-19.


PM Modi had hinted in yesterday's meeting that the lockdown - extended twice -- would continue, but with far less restrictions.

  • Modi 20  Lakh Crore Package
  • Modi Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan

LIVE: अर्थव्यवस्था को सुपर बूस्टर, पीएम मोदी ने किया 20 लाख करोड़ के पैकेज का ऐलान

Aatm nirbhar Bharat: PM Modi calls for self-reliance to achieve global leadership after Covid-19 crisis

देश के नाम संबोधन में प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने 20 लाख करोड़ रुपये के विशेष आर्थिक पैकेज का एलान किया. उन्होंने कहा कि ये पैकेज भारत की जीडीपी का करीब दस फीसदी है. ये पैकेज आत्म निर्भर भारत बनाने के लिए काम करेगा. ये पैकेज देश की विकास यात्रा को नई गति देगा.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced Rs 20 lakh crore financial package  Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan to revive the Indian economy. Addressing the nation for the fifth time since March, the prime minister said that the path for Indian economic revival is self-reliance.


PM Modi said that the financial package will help revive every branch of the economy - from demand, supply chain to manufacturing.

 Watch Modiji Aatm Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan full Speech

With five days left for the third phase of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown to end, Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Tuesday, May 12. Addressing the nation on the coronavirus situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an economic package of Rs 20 lac crore. He said that it is 10% of India's GDP. The PM added that it was for the MSMEs and the ‘honest taxpayers’.

Aatm nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan Modiji Speech



  • * 42 lakh people have been infected worldwide.
  • * 2.75 lakh people have died tragically. Even in India, many people have lost their loved ones. I express my condolences to each and every one of them.
  • * The whole world is now engaged in a battle to save lives. We have never seen such a crisis. This is an unimaginable crisis.
  • * But it is not permissible for a human being to get tired, lose, break, disintegrate.
  • * By being vigilant we also have to survive and move forward. Our determination is many times bigger and stronger than this crisis.
  • * The 21st century belongs to India. A new look at the world before and after Corona reinforces the belief that the 21st century will belong to India.
  • * There is only one way to make that dream come true: self-reliance
  • As a nation, we are at a critical juncture.
  • * This calamity has also brought a signal, a message, an opportunity for India.
  • * Not a single PPE kit was made in India when the Corona crisis started. There was also negligible production of N-95 masks.
  • * Today, 2 lakh PPE kits and 2 lakh N-05 masks are being made in India every day. This is because we have the ability to turn disaster into opportunity in India.
  • * Self-reliance does not mean having a self-centered economy. India's self-reliance is of the Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam type. Which considers the whole world as a family.
  •      * India's self-reliance will build a happy, prosperous world. * Our glorious history of centuries testifies that even when India was considered a golden sparrow, the spirit of world welfare was paramount.
  • * At the beginning of this century, when the world was terrified by the Y2k crisis, the Indians faced that crisis.
  • * We will make the best products, improve the quality, modernize the supply chain. What we can do and we will do.
  • * I have seen an earthquake in Kutch. Everything was shattered all around. I have seen the debris with my own eyes. At that time no one could have imagined that Kutch would ever sit still. But it became possible. Today Kutch is prosperous.
  • * If we decide that then it becomes possible.
  • * The magnificent building of self-reliant India stands on five pillars.
  • 1. Economy: A system that gives a quantum jump.
  • 2. Infrastructural facility, which becomes the identity of modern India.
  • 3. The system, which is the technology driven by the dreams of the 21st century.
  • 4. Indian democracy, which is the largest in the world.


  •      5. Demand, announcement of special economic package to coordinate with supply, which will work on the needs of a self-sufficient India.
  • * Announcement of special economic package, which will work on the needs of a self-reliant India.
  • * I am announcing an economic package of Rs 20 lakh crore today under the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.
  • * This amount is about 10 percent of India's GDP
  • * A package of Rs 20 lakh crore in 2020 will give impetus to the self-reliant India campaign.
  • * Will work for Land, Labor, Liquidity and Law each
  • * This package will provide assistance for cottage industry, housing industry, small and medium industry.
  • * This is a package for the workers and farmers of the country who work day and night for the countrymen.
  • * From tomorrow for a few days, the Finance Minister will give special information about the package related to the self-reliant India campaign.
  • * Corona Crisis has realized the importance of local market, local supply chain, local products. The locals are saving us. Local should be our life mantra.
  • * What is global today was local at every single stage. But it has become global by winning the trust of the people.
  • * Let us be the vocalists for the local system of India.
  • * Corona removal is not possible as soon as possible, but it does not mean that we get tired. We will wear masks, we will follow the distance but we will not keep distance from the target.
  • * The fourth phase of the lockdown will be a new look, with new rules

  • * Lockdown as per instructions received from the States.4 Information regarding May will be available before 18th May.
  • * I believe we will fight Corona and move on.
  • * Self-reliance will give us happiness and also make us strong.
  • * Self-reliant India is the new resolve of the new India.



ST Bus Depo inquiry Numbers Of Gujarat state.

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City Name/                             Phone number
  • Aahwa                                 220030
  • Adajan Village                   2765221
  • Ahmedabad - 1          079 25463360
  • Ahmedabad - 2          079 25463386
  • Ahmedabad - 3          079 25433396
  • Ahmedabad - 4         079 25463409
  • Ambaji                          02749 262141
  • Amreli                          02792 222158
  • Anand                         02692 253293
Gsrtc Inquiry No.
St Bus depot Phone No.
St Inquiry No.
St phone no. for All district
Bus Inquiry
  • Anjar                        02836 242692 
  • Ankleshwar              02646 247030
  • Bagasara                  02796 222061
  • Balasinor                  02690 266026
  • Bantwa                      02874 241444
  • Bardoli                      02622 220188
  • Bareja                       02718 3823221
  • Bariya                        220271
  • Barvada                    237450
  • Bavla                       02714 3432827
  • Bayad                      02779 222041
  • Becharaji                 02734 286337
  • Bhachau                  02837 224049
  • Bharuch                   02642 260609
  • Bhavnagar                0278 2424147
  • Bhiloda                      232022
  • Bhuj                           02832 220002
  • Bilimora                    02634 284414
  • Bodeli                         220800
  • Borsad                      02696 220028
  • Botad                         02849 251420
  • Chalasma                   02734 222060
  • Chandola                    251420
  • Chandola                    5463360
  • Chhota Udepur               02669 232054 
  • Chotila                       02751 280313
  • Dabhoi                       02663 256343
  • Decor                         02699 244277
  • Dahod                       02673 220043
  • Dehgam                      02716 3632601
  • Dhanduka                  02713 3323045
  • Dhangadhra            02754 262954
  • Dharampur               02633 242023
  • Dhari                       02748 225040
  • Dhasa                       02847 223044
  • Dholka                      02714 3422576
  • Dhoraji                     02824 221845
  • Dieodar                     02735 244453
  • Disa                           02743 221600
  • Dwarka                    02892 234204
  • Edar                        02778 250091
  • Gadhda                 02847 253556
  • Gandhinagar            02711 3222842
  • Gariadhar               02843 250055
  • Godhra                     02672 241923
  • Gondal                      02825 220096
  • Halol                         02672 220422
  • Hariz                         02733 222065
  • Himmatnagar              02772 241233
  • Jambusar                    02644 220138
  • Jamjodhpur                02898 220098
  • Jamnagar                    0288 2550270
  • Jasdan                          02821 220220
  • Jetpur                          02823 220116
  • Junagadh - 1                 0285 2630303
  • Junagadh - 2                0285 2631226
  • Kadi                             02764 242716
  • Kalol                           02764 223113
  • Kapadvanj                  02691 252816
  • Karjan                         02668 232064
  • Keshod                        02871 236016
  • Khambhadiya           02833 234772
  • Khambhat                 02698 220242
  • Kheda                        02694 222034
  • Khedbramha              02775 220044
  • Kheralu                    02761 231027
  • Kodinar                 02795 221398
  • Limbadi                  02753 260083
  • Lunavad                   02674 250001
  • Mahudha                  2572526
  • Mahuva                    02844 222217
  • Makarpura              2647204
  • Mandvi                     02623 232544
  • Mangroad               02878 222093
  • Mansa                   02763 270016
  • Matar                    02694 285536
  • Mehsana                02762 251151
  • Modasa                   02774 246239
  • Morbi                     02822 230701
  • Mundra                 02838 222125
  • Nadiad1               0268 2566411
  • Nadiad2                 0268 2568965
  • Nakhtrana          02835 222129
  • Nalia                       02831 222119
  • Nargol                       267223
  • Navsari1               02637 258976
  • Navsari                  02637 254976
  • Padra                      02662 222313
  • Palanpur               02742 252339
  • Palitana                  02848 252168
  • Patan                     02766 222222
  • Petlad                     02697 224371
  • Porbandar               0286 2240959
  • Pratij                        02770 230519
  • Radhanpur                02746 275388
  • Rajkot - 1                 0281 2235025
  • Rajkot - 2                  0281 2235026
  • Rajpipla                     02640 220037
  • Rajula                        02794 222070
  • Rapar                        02830 220002
  • Santrampur               02675 220029
  • Savarkundla              02845 222626
  • Savli                            02667 222827
  • Shihor                          02846 222174
  • Siddhpur                     02667 220314
  • Surat City                   0261 2426972
  • Surat Village - 1          0261 2443288
  • Surat Village - 2            0261 2422006
  • Surendranagar           02752 221152
  • Talaja                          02842 222054
  • Talod                           02776 220687
  • Tarapur                       02698 255627
  • Tharad                       02737 220314
  • Una                            02875 221600
  • Upleta                        02826 221449
  • Uza                            02767 253565
  • Vadnagar                     02732 222054
  • Vadodara City              0265 2793887 
  • Vadodara Village         0265 2794700
  • Vallabhipur                  02842 244465
  • Valsad                          02632 244161
  • Vapi                            0260 2465731
  • Vasad                         02693 274205
  • Veraval                      02876 221666
  • Vijapur                      02763 220014
  • Viramgam                 02715 3533233
  • Visnagar                   02765 231330
  • Wakaner                   02828 220558
  • Zaghadia                  220031
  • Zalod                         02679 22415

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